Souplesse, a one off publication celebrating the history and visual culture of cycling.

Conceived and edited by Eddy Rhead


David Dunnico - The t'fosi - a photographic celebration of the British bike fan - less passionate but no less dedicated than their Italian counterparts

Trevor Ward - Death or Glory - looking at the roadside memorials to fallen cycling heroes

Eddy Rhead - 333.3 - an architectural history of the Olympic velodrome

Rik Moran - In The Shadow of Olympia - photographer Rik Moran visits the faded glory of Athens Olympic velodrome

Matthew Steele - Utility, Durability and Beauty - Matthew takes in the Krylatskoye Sports Complex Velodrome and its adjacent purpose built road race course

Jonathan Hardman - Call of the Clarion - a photographic study of the root and branches of cycle racing with Stockport Clarion CC

Rob Hyde - 'Where Are We Even Going?' - a cycle ride out east through London's bleak edgelands

Neil Grunshaw - Smooth as Silk - why on earth do amateur cyclists shave their legs?

Steve Marland - A Trip into Dreamland - a photographic journey along the south east coast from Hastings to Cleethorpes

Bill Mather - The Fastest Legs You Ever Saw Move - a history of Reg Harris ,and the stadium that was named after him, told through assorted memorabilia.

32 pages
Full colour
Printed on 55gsm newsprint via so you can stuff it up your jersey after you have read it should you find yourself on a long and cold descent.
Mini tabloid size - 180mm x 260mm